War Child UK 1,Great Massoud Avenue,Khwaja Rawash,Kabul, Kabul, Afghanistan
Aug 05, 2017Full time
Job Description:The Child Protection Advisor will provide essential support to the Afghanistan Country Team’s Child Protection Programming, particularly in the areas of: Children on the move Juvenile Justice (Children in conflict/contact with the law) Operating Child Helplines Street Working Children Sexual and Gender Based Violence Early Childhood Care and Development Child protection systems strengthening Advocacy, networking and representation Key responsibilities will include: Programme development – Technical guidance on the development of child protection programmes, as well as mainstreaming child protection within War Child UK’s other sectoral areas of Education and Livelihoods. Child Protection capacity building of War Child staff and partners. Monitoring progress of War Child UK’s Child Protection Projects; ensuring that projects adhere to international standards including the Child Protection Minimum Standards and the Core Humanitarian Standards. Work together with the MEAL Officer to support the development of child protection indicators; data collection; project feedback from beneficiaries; and collecting and analysing learning and feedback from project activities, research and evaluations. Work together with Project Managers to support the identification, collection and dissemination of program approaches. Provide technical quality feedback on the reports through sharing best practices and lesson learned from projects Participation in national interagency child protection groups, such as the Child Protection Minimum Standards Working Group, Child Protection Action Network and Child Protection in Emergency Sub-cluster Contribute to the development of funding proposals with a child protection lens Contribute to War Child Advocacy initiatives on Child Protection issues. War Child UK is looking for someone who is a self-motivated team player, explorative and bring their personality, creativity and professionalism to our work in Afghanistan and the wider charity.